Tag Archives: Downtown. Los Angeles
Spending my Tuesday evening with SiR at the Novo was an incredible treat. With a slew of special guests to celebrate his first sold-out Los Angeles show, it was sure to be a resplendent time. Joe Kay of Soulection kicked … Continue reading
Since its opening last summer, I’ve visited Don Francisco’s Coffee Casa Cubana in DTLA on a regular basis. Wednesday was an exceptional opportunity to become more familiar with the coffee establishment’s menu. It was a night to taste their Cuban fare … Continue reading
Los Angeles held the largest of the global sister marches to the national Women’s March in D.C., 750,000 and counting!! All images by Judy Ornelas Sisneros. All rights reserved.
Trapeze put on a lively NYE party in the heart of the DTLA Fashion District featuring hot burlesque entertainment from some remarkably talented ladies, who including Evie Lovelle, Iza La Vamp, Valerie Stunning, Stilletta Maraschino, Mojo Deville, Dasha Cayenne and Ashley Hayward baring it all to a more than … Continue reading
Today, The Kroft opens in the Union Market in Tustin’s District. The Kroft brings a nice selection of delicious sandwiches to Tustin, however their specialty is a gift from our Northern friends, the Canadians. This dish is called poutine and … Continue reading
Chef-owners Susan Feniger and Mary Sue Milliken have turned the Downtown LA location of their Border Grill restaurant into a battle ground for Latin Street Food.
In a series of events aptly titled “Tuesday Night Latin Street Food Fights”, the duo has turned taco Tuesday into a bracketed competition to see which Latin cultures cuisine will reign supreme. Continue reading
The Four Larks Theater troupe hailing Australia performed a residency and a special showcase of their talents of their interpretation of the classic tale of Orpheus at the Getty Villa last weekend. For those who missed the Getty Villa shows or … Continue reading
About a month ago I had the opportunity to view a special IFC screening of a very interesting Horror movie called Maniac at the TCL Chinese Theater, formerly the Grauman’s Chinese Theater. Elijah Wood stars in this remake of a … Continue reading